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  1. One of the Biggest Shows of the Year WPPI 2015, Las Vegas, NV

    We are just wrapping up our final plans for WPPI. It's a lot of work but as the plans wind down the excitement grows. We are at that point now!

    We will be at Launch Pad on Sunday, March 1st 4:00-6:00pm to show off some of our new products. You can get a sneak peek before the show opens on Monday. We will have a couple un-released items to show as well. Be sure to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to stay up to date on the fun stuff going on. We have some special give-aways ...
  2. Swatches, swatches and more swatches! (New bookcloth and premium leather)

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    I am sharing a post from our friends over at Impressions by Annuj. We have finally received our new leather and cloth swatches. We will soon "officially" release these new cover options but they are all available now.

    The new "Metallic" leather (the leather with the dots) is amazing. Each color has dots of foil embossed into the leather. I have a couple sample books we have made for some product photos and I
  3. Share Pictures of your Vision Art Book & get 10% off + an Adult Sippy Cup

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    We have had a great time viewing your Vision Art Books on the Forum over the past two years. We thank you so much for posting these gorgeous works of art. I get to see them on the Production floor and it's great to see them again here on the Forum. They are a great source for inspiration and ideas for other photogs from around the world. Plus, did I mention that we have been offering 10% off your next order just for posting?

    I love the different
  4. Incredible Time-Lapse of Planet Earth

    Maybe you have already seen this posted on September 15th, 2011 and has already gone viral. What an incredible view of earth taken from the International Space Station. The YouTube made this incredible time-lapse simply using images taken from the ISS that are available online. All the images used in the video were found here, at NASA's "Gateway to Astronaut Photography Of Earth." I think I saw my house, jk.

    An Astronaut photographer, ...